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Chatham Pier and Fish Market, Chatham

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Pier / Boardwalk
Grab salty fish and chips or fresh shellfish at Chatham Pier and Fish Market. Both are caught in the waters just outside and served fresh. The fish market sells fresh catches on ice for buyers to take home, as well as a small menu of New England seafood favorites like clams, scallops, oysters, lobster, and more to eat on site. You can also grab cooked seafood to go. Using our online itinerary creator, Chatham attractions like Chatham Pier and Fish Market can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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TripAdvisor
  • Literally the best lobster rolls on the planet. This isn't a sit down and eat restaurant - this is a fish market. Buy and go. They have fresh hot chowder which is amazing. We'll definitely be back!  more »
  • Been there once on 2013. Tasting the best clam chowder in the area, they also sell fresh seafood with reasonable price  more »
  • Terrible food. The fish smells and always looks old and dry. I do not recommend it at all! There is no place to sit and enjoy the food, even outside there are no tables to be able to take advantage of...  more »
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  • A fun (but stinky!) place to visit when the fishing boats come in to unload their catch of the day. There is an observation deck where you can see the fishermen unload the boats and see the harbor seals and seagulls feeding on the scraps, bring your camera! There is seafood to buy at this location however I would recommend grabbing the food and eating elsewhere.
  • You can view fishing boats unloading their catch from the viewing deck. Clean washrooms but almost impossible to park. Store sells the freshest seafood. Check out the cute, historic town as well
  • Only go for the experience. Food is very overpriced and without any fanfair. Expect to sit on picnic benches with strangers while eating a $20 lobster roll in a paper wrapper. Views are good but limited.
  • Very fresh seafood, boats unload right in the back. Great prices. Does get very busy.
  • Fresh, fresh, fresh, but exspensive. The clam strips and the clam chowder are both the best I have had.